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Photos on December 22, 2009

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The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild YSU's Vance Cooksey (4) travels down court after teamate Dan Boudler (33) blocks High Point University's Tehran Cox (2) during the second half of a game at Beeghley Center on Tuesday evening.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild High Point University's Head Coach Scott Cherry yells after disagreeing with a ?foul during the second half of a game at Beeghley Center on Tuesday evening.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild YSU's Sirlester Martive (5) loses control of the ball while defended by High Point University's David Singleton (11) during the second half of a game at Beeghley Center on Tuesday evening.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild YSU's Vytas Sulskis (44) and teamate Ashen Ward (20) bump chests in in celebration while leading by ten points during the second half of a game against High Point University at Beeghley Center on Tuesday evening.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild YSU's Vance Cooksey (4) and High Point University's Tehran Cox (2) fall into the boards during the second half of a game at Beeghley Center on Tuesday evening.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild YSU's Sirlester Martive (5) makes his way to the hoop while being defended by High Point University's David Singleton (11) during the second half of a game at Beeghley Center on Tuesday evening.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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The Vindicator/Geoffrey Hauschild YSU's Sirlester Martive (5) makes his way to the hoop while being defended by High Point University's David Singleton (11) during the second half of a game at Beeghley Center on Tuesday evening.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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Speciial to The Vindicator HELPING HANDS: Maureen Drummond, executive director of Hands on Volunteer Network of the Valley, bids on a wreath at a silent auction at the Festival of Wreaths at Shepherd of the Valley-Boardman, 7148 West Blvd. The facility raised more than $1,500 at this year’s Festival of Wreaths. More than 40 wreaths, donated and created by staff and residents, went on display Dec. 5. That was more than twice the number donated for last year’s event. Proceeds from the silent auction will underwrite programming and events for the residents through the Resident Activity Fund. Sponsors included Shepherd of the Valley-Boardman, Shepherd of the Valley Home Health, Blue Sky Therapy, Lane Life Trans, Life Fleet, Southern Care and Mahoning Medical Supply Co.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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Special to the Vindicator OPEN HOUSE: The annual Christmas Open House will continue at the Ward-Thomas Museum from 2-5 p.m. Jan. 3. The Victorian home, at 503 Brown St., Niles, is filled with seasonal decorations along with thousands of items on display in all of the 14 rooms. In the museum’s parlor, a Christmas tree reflects “A Christmas Past” with an antique train running under it. Admirers of the tree, above, are George John and Bob MIller. The parlor also features a china closet containing china made in Niles at the Atlas factory. On display in the library is a large collection of Goebel bells from the M.I. Hummel Co. Special displays fill every corner of the museum, including the First Ladies Gown Collection. Light refreshments will be served in the Westenfield Room. The donation to the museum is $5; admission is free for children under 12 accompanied by an adult.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator INTERACTING: Youngstown State University business school students known as SIFE, Students in Free Enterprise, were among many who took Christmas to clients of the No Limits Alternative Center on Dec. 18. A group of community citizens, businesses and volunteers organized by Eric Bohr, Walgreen’s manager of the neighboring store, gathered food, funds, gifts and helpers to benefit the center, which serves adults with special needs in the Mahoning County area. Bohr presented a big screen TV and DVR to the center, replacing a very small unit. Fitch Interact Club members then played “Plinko” and “The Price is Right,” using the new TV for the games. SIFE students led group singing, and Santa and the missus paid a visit, giving specially selected gifts to each adult client. Interact members and volunteers helped serve lunch and dessert to the group. Above, students from YSU’s SIFE who helped make the day brighter for No Limits clients are, left to right, Dan Martins, Rose Shaffer, Marcus Oakley and Mark VanFosson.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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Special to The Vindicator HOLIDAY EVENT: Salem Historical Society installed officers for 2010 during its December meeting. David Shivers, at left, congratulates Lou Raymond, newly installed president, and Judi Allio, who was installed as vice president. Their associate officers will be Judy White, recording secretary; Dixie Gordon, corresponding secretary; Lisa M. Baird, treasurer; Steve Faber, Kevin Shafer and Virginia Wilms, three-year trustees; Janice Lesher, curator; and David Stratton, director. A program, “Holiday Traditions,” was presented by Christopher Kenney, educational director at the McKinley Museum in Canton. The society will participate in First Night Salem activities by displaying a variety of lights. Anyone interested in lending a light for the display is asked to contact (330) 337-8514.

Added: Tue, December 22, 2009

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